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GEN 17448 9.1.2017
18.90 €

Reinhold M. Glière (1875–1956)  
Deux Pièces pour contrebasse et piano, Op. 32 (1908)
Reinhold M. Glière  
Deux Morceaux pour contrebasse et piano, Op. 9 (c. 1902)
Serge A. Koussevitzky (1874–1951)  
Chanson triste, Op. 2 for Double Bass and Piano (1906)
Max Bruch (1838–1920)  
Kol Nidrei, Op. 47 for Cello and Piano (1880)
Arr. for Double Bass
Serge A. Koussevitzky  
Valse miniature, Op. 1 No. 2 for Double Bass and Piano (1907)
Johannes Brahms (1833–1897)  
Sonata No. 1 in E minor, Op. 38 for Cello and Piano (1862–1865)
Arr. for Double Bass
   

Works for Double Bass and Piano


by Brahms, Bruch, Glière and Koussevitzky


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The double bass is so much more than just an orchestral foundation when it is played by Nabil Shehata: the winner of the 2003 ARD Music Competition and professor at the Munich University of Music is one of his instrument’s most renowned virtuosos. But Nabil Shehata is a lot more than that, as he proves in his GENUIN debut release: a full-blooded musician who knows how to best bring out the unique colors and qualities of his instrument – whether in original works by Glière and Koussevitzky or arrangements of cello works by Bruch and Brahms. Both rugged and sweet-sounding, brilliant and down-to-earth – for lovers of distinctive sound!

The Strad
The brothers Shehata – Karim’s sensitive contribution at the piano deserves special praise – take broad tempos but sustain them with no slackening of tension. Aided by a vivid recording, Nabil’s clear articulation makes even the notorious final fugue easy to follow.
Please have a look into the entire review in The Strad!